In today’s Nature, scientists review the effects of anthropogenic aerosols on climate and access the accuracy of estimated impact.
Anthropogenic aerosols in the atmosphere undoubtedly influence climate. But do the approaches taken in climate models to account for the effects of aerosols provide meaningful estimates of those effects? Two climate scientists offer their opinions.
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Reference: Nature 490, 40–41 (04 October 2012) doi:10.1038/490040a

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